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Estudios sociales. Revista de alimentación contemporánea y desarrollo regional

versión On-line ISSN 2395-9169

Resumen

EKMEIRO-SALVADOR, Jesús; MORENO-ROJAS, Rafael; DUERTO-LOPEZ, Julio  y  MATA-ARISTIMUNO, Josmar. Standardization of the recipe and nutritional assessment of Cuajado, a typical dish from the Venezuelan East. Estud. soc. Rev. aliment. contemp. desarro. reg. [online]. 2022, vol.32, n.59, e221197.  Epub 06-Mar-2023. ISSN 2395-9169.  https://doi.org/10.24836/es.v32i59.1197.

Objective:

Standardize and characterize nutritionally of Cuajado, generating an important unified information in planning of collective feeding, diet therapy, nutritional education, tourism, and for an eventual protection of its patrimonial identity.

Methodology:

89 chefs from Puerto La Cruz restaurant services were surveyed to inquire about the denomination and the ways in which the dish is made: ingredients, preparation operations and habitual presentation. The Nutriplato v365 program was used to standardize the most frequently used ingredients and estimate the nutritional value of the dish.

Results:

15.7% (n = 14) of those surveyed called the dish "oriental curd", highlighting as important the geographical specification of origin. Raya (Myliobatis sp.) is the fish used in 75.2% (n = 67).

Limitations:

A broader sample of a population not linked to the collective catering sector.

Conclusions:

The recipe for 10 diners was standardized in 1000 g of ray. 500 g of banana slices, 800 g of tuber, 12 eggs, 2 onions (400 g), 100 g of sweet pepper, 60 g of chives, 40 g of coriander, 40 g of green olives, 30 g of capers, 270 ml of ointment oil, 1 tablespoon of salt (15 g) and 1 teaspoon of pepper (5 g). Nutritionally, 100 g of product provides 169 Kcal, 7.4 g Proteins, 10.5 g Lipids, 11.1 g Carbohydrates, 262 mg Na, 1.3 mg Fe, 138 ugER Vit.A, 71.6 mg Cholesterol.

Palabras llave : contemporary food; nutritional assessment; cuajado oriental; standardization; ingredients; culinary culture; heritage.

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